Author(s): Lisa M Schab
Anxiety disorders typically relate to other problems, including school failure and depressive disorders. Most young people don't look for and never get help with these problems. So this is an absolutely essential text and a vital resource for teens and their parents. It includes all sorts of activities for teens.
There are exercises that help to control anxiety in the face of everyday challenges and that develop a positive self-image. There are also resources for seeking additional help and support. Working in their own home at their own pace, this book will teach teens to change their anxious thoughts.
<i>The Anxiety Workbook for Teens</i> offers a collection of the most effective techniques for preventing anxiety and defusing it when it hits. It shows teens how to change anxiety-producing thoughts, perform breathing and bodywork exercises, and develop problem solving skills that can short circuit anxiety. This book is a must-have for any teen troubled by persistent anxiety or any professional who works with them.
The workbook will help you ...
Control anxiety & feel calm in the face of everyday problems
Develop a positive self-image
Seek help when you need it.
The author Lisa Schab is a licensed clinical social worker with a private counselling practice in a suburb of Chicago. She teaches workshops on self-help and relaxation for the general public and professional training courses for therapists.